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clinton, much of his second term agenda squashed by the monica lowinski scandal. so the problems that the obama administration are facing right now different in nature, but does this president risk becoming weighed down with these scandals and not able to get his agenda back on the table like immigration reform, fiscal issues, education? >> well, there's three scandals potentially in the works right now, as you know, suzanne. it's bad enough when there's one like the monica scandal that plagued the clinton administration, or iran contra that plagued the second term of the reagan administration, certainly watergate that plagued richard nixon's administration in the second term and led to his forced resignation as president of the united states. so those were all individual scandals that obviously escalated and escalated and escalated. you never know where they're going to wind up. there are three underway right now. so he's got to deal with it. and yesterday he came out forcefully and tried to deal with the irs scandal. he's got these two other issues, the benghazi issue that's no
and appointing her as part of the irs obama care role. the social contract between the people who pay taxes and the government has been broken by this scandal. is the president capable of fixing it? >> i think that is the issue here, we have a serious trust issue and the president is trying to distance himself and because it is happening in the walls of the white house, that he is immune from the blame. but theis, he sets the tone for the sxhrgz the massive big government and regulatory state, it is his responsibility. he has a lot of healing to do with the american people who say i will not give bonuses to these people. i don't think a burrcrat in cincinnati woke up and said i will go after the tea party group. >> that is an interesting point and stephen miller who was under the grill spoke to this point. we have a sound bite where whether it was mismanagement or partisanship. >> i don't believe that partis anship motivated the people engaged in the practices described in the attorney general report. >> this is a definition of partisanship. when you single people out on the basis of their
obama has been talking about fair share doctrine for quite some time. this irs scandal is an extension of his fair share doctrine. he's trying to make sure that we're all paying our fair share. where is the coverage and the questions along his campaign slogans and how this relates to the news scandal? >> john, the reason this story has been kept alive is because of this network. the reporting of catherine herridge, jennifer griffin, and james rosen kept this story alive until the rest of the media caught up with it. if the elite skate gave prizes, they would win. they don't so i hope they get pay raise. >> when it comes to the irs thing, at least usa today did some fairly big stories this week about how conservative groups were getting treated versus how liberal groups were getting treated. >> they did some work about how few people are taking a look at this. i would throw into the larger context of how this administration has been covered and, in fact, how little coverage there ever is these days of bureaucratic matters like irs. the washington bureaucracy is not being covered as it w
. this is bret baier in washington. there are busy news days and days like today. president obama weighed in on scandals like benghazi and the irs targeting conservative groups. breaking news on a potential third scandal. this one involves the justice department and the associated press. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge here with breaking details. >> the president of the associated press confirms in a letter to eric holder the department of justice seized records from more than 27 phone lines assigned to the associated press and journalists affecting ap bureaus in new york city. hartford, connecticut and the house of representatives. the letter states that the extraordinary action was taken without advanced notice to the a.p. or journalists affected. in possible justification for overbroad communications of the associated press and its reporters. these records potentially reveal communications with confidential sources. we regard this action by the department of justice as a serious interference with the a.p.'s constitutional rights to gather and report the news. while
that takes pride in being scandal free has been hammered bay series of controversy. >> president obama what went wrong in benghazi. this seams like genuine scandal. scandal. >>reporter: latest revelation justice department obtained 2 month of telephone records of reporter at the associated press as part of leak investigation. according to the irs watch dog none of the officials that were involved in doing the targeting say they were under orders to do it by anybody outside of the irs. but now those with are responsible could face criminal charges most serious of which would be conspiring to violate the constitutional right of their political opponent. the maximum penalty for that is 10 years in prison. jonathon kar karl, abc news the white house. >> mean time bay area radio personality says she may have been one of those tea party supporters targeted by the internal revenue service. morgan morning show host at k sfo and chair the organization move america forward, conservative group that supports u.s. troops. well 2 years ago she says she and the organization were the subject of list
." president obama wants to steer the conversation toward his policy goals, but the smell of scandal is getting stronger in washington. the white house knocked off message by a rash of bad headlines. the irs allegedly targets conservative groups. the government spying on a.p. reporters. new details about the deadly raid in benghazi. conservatives seize the moment. >> my question is who is going to jail over this scandal? >> we've got to restore the trust in government. >> i have never seen anything quite like this except in the past during the nixon years. >> the watergate scandal forced president nixon to resign, but do these rise to that level? let's review. president clinton had two scandals, white water and monica lewinsky. warren harden had the teapot dome. ulysses s. grant was arrested in office. yes, it was a bad week for the white house politically, maybe the worst of obama's second term, but will it derail his legacy? after all, he promised to help us prosper. >> we believe it must rest on the broad shoulders of a rising middle class. we know america thrives when every person can find
, the affect of scandal is to empower the hard line in each party. obama is going to find it tougher, i think, to find deals to alienation some of the congressional democrats and on the other side, you're going to see the voices get louder inside the gop who say the president is bleeding. we don't want to throw him life lines with agreements. that could be a short-sighted view for the republicans. the net may not be a positive by 2016. >> i want to talk about the obama economy. this is what it looks like now. the labor force participation rate, 63.3%. it comes up just 2% in the past year. 5% over the past two years. big blah. overall, the economy grew 2.5% in the first three months of the year, but the deficit is dropping. plunged 32% in the first half of the fiscal year. housing is improving. prices are rising in most areas. consumer confidence, we learned late this week, lm at a six-year high. stocks, i don't have to tell you. most of the people in washington have a 401(k), so they're very well aware what is happening in the stock market. here is my question, ron, i want ron to answer this.
this scandal. with a growing chorus of criticism that president only offered a weak response to political targeting at the irs, mr. obama seized the moment to get tough. >> today secretary lu took the first step by requesting and cepting the resignation of the acting commissioner of the irs because given the controversy surrounding this audit, it's important to institute new leadership. >> at a hearing on the widening scandal, eric holder vowed to follow the facts wherever they lead. >> anybody who has broken the law will be held accountable. >> john boehner has the punishment in mind. >> my question isn't about who's going to resign. my question is, who's going to jail over this scandal. >> republicans are furious over an inspector general's report that found the irs inappropriately targeted conservative groups applying for tax exempt stat justice. roughly one-third of the organization's targeted by the irs had the words tea party, patriot or 912 in their names. but as it turns out, liberal groups also received extra scrutiny. austin-based progress texas tells cnn it received an irs ques
. it is rare, but president obama is not the only president to have faced tr more scandals at once. >> late in his term, truman had a quadruple whammy affecting him. he had scandals involving bribery, among white house officials. he had scandals involving corruption in the tax bureau, in the treasury. >> reporter: within a few months in 1951 and 1952, all of this happened, the korean war went south, harry truman's top aide was caught trying to buy influence, the president fired a popular general, and a massive bribery scandal engulfed the irs. yes, the irs. his approval numbers plummeted, but none of that is remembered about truman today. >> scandals are way overblown in their political effect. everyone thinks, my god, it is going to be another watergate, it is going to bring down the president. it is going to damage his party permanently. almost no scandals do that. >> reporter: what does make a scandal permanent? well, lickman says two things. when there is proof that a president is directly involved, and when his own party starts speaking against him. lisa desjardins, cnn, washington. >>
, everybody, i'm ashley webster. tracy: i'm tracy byrnes. president obama speaks out on the irs scandal and promises new management is on the way. but is it enough to restore americans confidence in the agency with unpress dented access to their money? we will have a closer look on that ahead. ashley: meantime a slew of weak economic reports holding back stocks from building on their record run. the dow, it is just about flat today, up a couple of points. we'll have the biggest movers and a preview of critical results coming up after the bell. tracy: our special report, small business, big ideas. you think the weight loss industry has run out of new ideas? think again. we'll meet the ceo of retrofit. it is luring big-name customers like google and jetblue. >>> but right now, top of the hour, time for stocks as we do every 15 minutes. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole, as we just said we are flat-lined on the dow. >> right. at one point we were 15,302. so we surpassed all-time record down in history again, unless somebody surpasses that. -- composite i
. president barack obama released a statement earlier about the irs scandal. what is the president saying. >> reporter: hi, andersson, the president has issued a statement on this irs scandal and he has strong words but no action in the wake of this irs watchdog group's
three scandals that have been dogging them all this week. hasn't been a good week for the obama white house. but they did release the e-mails on benghazi to try to put that to rest. they did fire the acting head of the i.r.s. make no mistake about it, he was fired. he didn't resign. steven miller. tried to put that one to rest and they asked chuck schumer to reintroduce the media shield law to show that they really do love reporters after all. after having subpoenaed the department of justice subpoenaed the phone records of "the associated press." did that do the trick? that's the question. 1-866-55-press. back to your comments in just a minute. how about this? on identity theft this story out of massachusetts a man stole tens of thousands of dollars from his former girlfriend while she was suffering from cancer. he now has to pay $64,000 back to her daughter once he gets out of prison. used his girlfriend's identity to open credit cards up in his own name. another case of identity theft. another reason to go out and get protection against it. like lifelock ultimate. the most comprehe
of the obama presidency. the irs scandal. benghazi e-mail, the justice department secretly season phone records from the associated press. the without is juggling three different kroefrgs controversi now. rene, the white house is on the defense. president obama's approval numbers yet are on the upswing. how is the white house reacting today? >> reporter: right, don. 53% approval rating is welcome news for the president, but it is so clear that the white house is ready to move on. the president's senior adviser dan pfeiffer, appearing on all five sunday talk shows saying that they won't be distracted from the important issues, like jobs, and they won't participate in "partisan fishing expeditions." now, on cnn's "state of the union" pfeiffer said that even though top treasury officials were aware of the irs investigation last year before the election, the white house did not know until a few weeks ago. >> here's the cardinal rule when you have situations like these. not just for this white house but all white houses. you do not interfere were an independent investigation and you do not do anyth
a scandal. >> on tuesday, the town is turning on obama. all of the ingredients are in place for a good old-fashioned pile on. i know it is christmas time for republicans. how bad is it for the president? >> it is a test. make no mistake. the agenda is put on hold, the stories are negative, and the question is, can he take control of it? can he own it and be the authority figure and demand answers, realistic answers people are going to accept? >> can the president get from under this one? >> can he own his own government? he is a bystandard. i read about it in the newspaper. the attorney general asked about the ap story, the dragnet of the phone calls. i have no idea. i can't remember when i recused myself. i was having lunch of the time. these guys want to get elected, they pretend the government is something out there and they just arrived on the scene like a bystandard. >> you were born in this town. on a scale of 1-10, where is this one? >> 5. if you take them one by one, let's go back to the irs, there is no evidence that what happened to the irs sanctioned, it certainly does not rise
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, this irs scandal that president obama discussed today while standing next to david cameron in the white house. the scandal is about how the irs handled that huge influx of new organizations applying for tax exempt status while also engaged in some degree of political activity under this farcical part of the tax code. starting friday, reports have surfaced that the irs and handling these types of claims singled out groups that had the word tea party or word patriots in their name. and while that might reasonably be a way to find groups that were actually mostly interested in political activity rather than social welfare, it is not fair to apply extra irs scrutiny and questioning to those groups who are obviously engaged in political activity on the right if you are not also applying that scrutiny to groups who are engaged in political activity on the left. it is the imbalance, right? and thus far, we have no evidence that they were applying equal scrutiny to groups on the left side of the ideological spectrum. the irs official who on friday apologized for this targeting of conservative g
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. yet another scandal rocking the obama administration this morning. shocking news the justice department secretly obtained two months of phone records from reporters and from editors that work for the associated press. >> this comes as the white house is already on the defense about benghazi and the terror attacks and the irs targeting a conservative group. kelly wright with the newest details on
out of the irs scandal and they will never let up on obama care. house republicans are making their 37th -- that's 37 times to repeal the health care law and like all of the other times before, it's going to fail. formulating for the affordable health care act and author of "brothers emanuel," it talks about them, how they grew up together. what a book. i really want to read that book. i know both of these guys. starring in "entourage" and rahm emanuel is the mayor. first of all, what's it like to have brothers like that? >> it's the key. >> it's a permanent job. i got my first job at the white house, my aunt who is still a nun said, is that a permanent job? that's the way they think. let me ask you about, i smell a rat. i think republicans would like to spread the word out there, obama isn't good for you and therefore, sort of upchuck it. you've got two other guys with seats and each guy makes 25 or 30 a year. make it difficult on yourself and the government. >> well, they are certainly trying to delegitimate the bill and everything associated with it, like the exchanges. and the key
lives. >> welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot. that was president obama this week reacting to just one of the controversies swirling around his administration. news that the internal revenue service targeted conservative groups for special scrutiny in the 2012 election season. the latest scandal has revived partisan behavior and reinforced many people's fears about government who run amuck. joining the panel this week issues columnist and deputy editor, dan henninger, washington columnist, kim stossel, and senior editorial page writer, collin levy who has been following this story for us. what were these audits about? what were they looking for from these groups? >> well, they were looking for basically anything they could get from these groups. they wanted donor information. they wanted information about members. they wanted just about everything but the kitchen sink. and when you look at this, it really was expensive and sophisticated. of the 170 groups that were targeted, the treasury report found that about 58% of those had no -- i mean no reason for that to be
for extraout any raising new questions how deep the scandal reaches into the obama administration and in the white house. i'll gregg jarrett. welcome to america's news headquarters. >> arthel: the news about the comes as irs commissioner sara up gram that once headed up the office is now charged are in charge of overseeing obamacare. >> reporter: democrats say it was a group within the tax exempt division that sara ingraham had had eded that targeted conservative groups. that she was not involved. the republicans are dubious and say, sara ingraham certainly be headed up the much larger job of implementing obamacare. but she is. she is in charge of the new health insurance and new fines associated with obamacare. that worries some in the g.o.p. >> so she provided horrendous customer service under her watch and now she is going to do the same implementing obamacare -- swel l. this is perfect example why we need tax reform. >> reporter: at a hearing on the irs scandal yesterday, the outgoing irs commissioner steven miller who was fired because of the scandal came to ingraham's defens
. the inconvenient truth about benghazi, the genesis of the scandal, it looks to me like this. the obama white house sees every event as a political event. it could not tolerate the idea that the armed assault on the ben g benghazi consulate was a premeditated act of islamist terrorism. that would carry a whole world of political implications and demand certain actions and the american presidential election was only eight weeks away. they wanted this problem to go away or at least to bleed the meaning from it. governor, why is that not a convincing way to analyze benghazi? >> no, i think that's right. i think that the obama white house wanted to spin this in the least damaging way possible. but i think you made it a very good point when you said, look, let's look at what happened that led to the deaths of the american people. i think the spin post incident, the american people, aren't going to give two hoots about it. they're going to give it the parties playing the blame game. but i do think it's a legitimate inquiry why the system broke down, why the warning signals that were sent weren't responde
of scandals that are rocking the obama administration right now. we're going to begin in las vegas where america's most famous defendant officially speaks. o.j. simpson taking the stand. and o.j. appears wearing prison blues with his feet shackled and originally his hands shackled, but his right hand freed. he's testified now for nearly two hours in his effort to win a brand-new robbery and kidnapping
is out following a scandal on the agency. president obama said the conduct that targeted conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny was, quote, inexcusable. >> i will not toll race this kind of behavior in any agency, but especially in the irs given the power that it has and the reach that it has in all of our lives. >> more on this unfolding story from john harwood and politico's ben white in just a knew minutes pb but fist, cisco posting better-than-expected earnings on current quarter revenue. ceo john chamber says his company is seeing good signs in the united states and other parts of the world are, quote, encouraging. shares rising
. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. the white house is trying to show it's on top of this scandal and taking action. lawmakers here on capitol hill are requesting a full lineup of top irs officials to answer questions. president obama is cleaning house at the irs, acting commissioner steven miller is out and more heads could roll in the scandal over the irs targeting of conservative political groups. >> it's inexcusable. americans are right to be angry about it and i am angry about it. i will not tolerate the behavior. >> miller is one of three officials asking whether they were giving scrutiny to tea party groups or denied it. some lawmakers are asking whether the white house encouraged the targeting of conservative groups during the election cycle. >> where did that come from? did this come from a directive? we need the answers now. >> reporter: miller is scheduled to testify on friday before the house ways and means committee. it will be the first of a series of hearings into irs conduct. the misconduct started in 2010 at an irs office in cincinnati, where specialists determine
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. the i.r.s. said the alleged incidents were limited to the cincinnati branch but president obama is promising to get to the bottom of the scandal but bay area tea party leaders say that is not good enough. >> vallejo police are looking for information when a 23-year-old was shot sitting in his car. he was shot in the neck at an intersection in vallejo at 7:30 last night. police say he was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening joins. the shots came from another car. this is in information on a description of the car or information about a possible motive. >> ahead, the update expected today on the america's cup accident that left one olympian dead. >> first, police say this woman drowned in napa county over the weekend and her relation to a long-term bay area politician and what we are lending of the investigation underway. >> look outside right now at the san mateo bridge with in traffic problems right now but leyla gulen is searching if >> a look at what is going on outside. you can see how clear it is from sutro tower to marin headland. as far as air quality today, we wi
house that takes pride in being scandal-free, has been hammered by a series of controversies. >> president obama is fending off incoming fire. >> what went wrong in benghazi? >> this seems like a genuine scandal. >> a potential third scandal. >> reporter: the latest. revelation the justice department obtained two months of telephone records of reporters at the associated press, as part of a leak investigation. according to the irs watchdog, none of the irs officials who were doing the targeting say they were ordered to do it by anybody outside of the irs. but diane, now those who are responsible could face criminal charges. the most serious of those is allegedly conspiring to violate the constitutional rights of their political opponents. the maximum charge there, ten years in prison. >> a fire storm and moving faster tonight. thanks so much. >>> now we turn to another big headline, that stunning surprise from one of the world's most glamourous women. angelina jolie, haunted by her mother's death and armed with the knowledge that she was at very high-risk for breast cancer. a
of this for the obama administration was not good. coming on top of the irs scandal. >> it may get buried because washington has a real instinct for the trivial. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> we now have a full report from the treasury inspector general on the revelations that the irs targeted conservative groups. i'll have details next. us natural energy from green tea plus fruits and veggies. need a little kick? ooh! could've had a v8. in the juice aisle. mamake a wish!h! i wish w we could lie e here forevever. i wish thihis test dririve was , so we e could headad back to thehe dealershihip. [ [ male annououncer ] it's p practicallyly yours. testst dri! bubut we stillll need your s signature.. vovolkswagen s sign then d drie is back.k. and d it's neverer been easisir to get a j jetta. that's t the power of german n engineerining. get $0 dowown, $0 due at t signing, $ $0 dep, anand $0 firstst month's p pt on any n new volkswawagen. visit vwdedealer.com t today. her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve f
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. are all of the scandals facing team obama destroying the president's second term agenda? are deals on deficits, gun, you name it? are they all going to be dead in the water? we will discuss that next up on "the kudlow report." . i . >> is it possible for washington to actually make a deal on the bug now or immigration or anything else in the midst of all tease scandals, republicans still have powerful incentive to strike a deal. i don't know. maybe. here now is former chief economist to vice president biden, jimmy p is here with me on the set. i tell you what, jared, whether you agree with anybody or not on so-called scandals, the republicans are going to use oversight and investigation committees to embarrass the president and try to get to the bottom of some of these issues, including the irs and benghazi and the a.p. phone tapping. you know that, i know that. i don't see in that environment going to 2014, how you make deals? >> i kind of agree. i think john was being interesting as usual and very rational as usual and we're not exactly playing in a rational world right now. i th
in the irs scandal. president obama announced today acting irs commissioner steven miller is out. the firing follows a new inspector-general's report that says ineffective management at the irs allowed agents to single out conservative groups holding up their tax exemption applications for months. >> i will not tolerate this kind of behavior in any agency but especially in the irs. >> my question isn't about who is going to be resigning. my question is, who is going to jail? >> the justice department is investigating whether any laws were broken. but republicans want more. all 45 gop senators sent a letter to the president demanding he make available any irs employee that congress wants to question. >>> lots of women and men have cut off their hair to help. well, turns out not all those donations are going where you might think they would be going. have you heard of locks of love? the charity takes donated human hair usually long ponytails and braids to make wigs for children who are sick. julie watts says a new report finds not all that hair is going to the kids. >> i feel great. >> reporte
's the spokesman for the president of the united states. is the obama administration's credibility shot? and the bigger question really is benghazi is not just an aberration in my view or really a scandal. benghazi is obama's foreign policy. intervene but then don't do anything. lead from behind so passivity that led to the attack on 9/11. then the president's absence the whole night of the crisis. then they evade responsibility and deceive the american people and that pattern is not limited to that one instance in benghazi. >> congressman kucinich, i think it's fair to say you're a liberal democrat. does it bother you that the cia, as we now know, originally wrote about links to al qaeda, originally wrote about having warned the state department for months about threats in benghazi and that all of that was taken out and let's put this up on the screen. state department official victoria nuland wrote in pushing back against what the cia had had had written that information could be abused by members of congress to beat up the state department for not paying attention to 0 warnings so wh
, the very viability of obama. >>gregg: there is another scandal that is troubling the obama administration and that is the ira's that targeted any group that had the name "tea party" or "patriot" in the title and now we know that the head of the division new about this thing for the last two long years and didn't utter a word. >> another an allergy to nixon where the white house tried to put the i.r.s. on people. what we have here is the official explanation, a low-level i.r.s. employee? cincinnati got this going. if you believe that, the tea party was bedeviling obama over the debt ceiling the idea that the white house is not involved with getting this investigation to intimidate or put out of business the tea party, i have --. for example greg government abuse of power is a federal crime. >> this is the total politicization of the federal government. we have the justice department, the i.r.s., we have the white house law donilom and there are answers to questions that have to be gotten to get our government back. >> it is chicago gangster politics. the i.r.s. thing, 16,000 more agents in
't think that there is a big scandal here, and i think the fact that obama today he made a very good point today when he mentioned in his press conference the testimony of his counterterrorism adviser matthew olsen who went up to the hill just three days after susan rice's infamous television appearances and said we think this is an act of terror. now the heart of the republican case against the administration here is that they were hiding the fact that this was an act of terror for electoral reasons because of the campaign season. but here was the president going up and telling a committee of democrats and republicans that it was an act of terror. that is not hide going to you ask me. >> the heart of their accusations it keeps getting heart transplants. the president left these people to die then the testimony that they gun to forget about now and now back to the memo thing revised many times. were you surprised to hear congressman issa accuse the former c.i.a. director david petraeus of saying what the administration wanted him to say, and saying that ambassador pickering was only hearin
a case of scandal fever. today president obama showed how he plans to dole out the medicine. >>> plus, last night our guest told us what we can expect in the fight against sexual assault in the military. today we got more shocking proof that they were right. >>> and let today be known henceforth as the day bea arthur broke the internet. >>> we begin with a momentous political event, i mean a really, really big deal. tonight at 6:28 p.m. eastern, did you feel the earth move under your feet, did you feel a seismic change in this nation's politics? what you would have been feeling was the house of representatives voting to repeal obama care -- for the 37th time. by a vote of 229-195 with every single republican voting to repeal, along with two democrats. i have to give it to the house republicans. last week when speaker john boehner announced the vote with this lackluster pitch, i was a little worried their hearts weren't in it this time. >> we've got 70 new members that have not had the opportunity to vote on the president's health care law. frankly, they've been asking for an opportuni
, axiron. >>> the washington scandal coverage bonanza isn't going away any time soon so president obama had settled on an interesting way to deal with it. he is going with the jedi mind trick approach and amazingly it is kind of working. that's coming up. >>> but first, the three awesomest things on the internet today. twitter fans seth mercer tells us about the gay country song that supports gay marriage. it's called just just two men who dosido." written by robert guld and composed by robert -- and animation by alex salsberg. ♪ ceremony we yirntd. nice small family with a document. even got my mama's consent. life's just a rodeo. we ain't putting on a show ♪ >> the animated video is chock full of well-drawn detail thaeps message is refreshingly not subtle. ♪ time's a changin' left and right ♪ holden my man close and tight still makes some folks wanna fight. but more and more are quite polite. >> the second awesomest thing on internet today, bea arthur in her birthday suit. a painting of bea arthur naked which sold for $1.9 million, "not safe for work," because the full painting lo
all of these scandals. we will see you then. . gerri: awaiting a statement from preside obama on any minute for the scandal of the irs just by dezhnev, it's the agency gave the liberal groups a pass and how much scrutiny was given too conservative toarty groups of this when the irs once more pow, emplees and a bigger budget. rich jensehas been following this story all week long and this is an extraordinary scandal that involves a white housend the president obviously he will want to contain this quickly. >> absolutely. this is not a briefing room statement
that the irs scandal, what's happening with benghazi, this is overshadowing what the obama administration is trying to accomplish in congress, trying to move forward on some major issues where perhaps we thought there would be some bipartisan compromise. i think particularly on the irs there has got to be some answer got to move the obama forward with health care implementation and they are trying to do so. the irs is at the forefront of that. if the irs needs more federal funding in order to do that, in this environment i think good luck. there's not a politician in their right mind who is75h?da/ o defend the irs forcefully on a good day. i don't think there are too many good days in the near future for the irs. >> let me ask you about benghazi and i'm going to talk to common peter king about this as well. nancy pelosi has been a staunch supporter of this administration. she seems to say we shouldn't, as she said, soak up all of congressional attention on this. when you hear a mom like that, who doesn't have her mom on mother's day, and you also hear hillary rodham clinton saying, enoug
started the job. for the whitems house, one is these kinds of scandals and issues have political energy. there is only a certain amount of that. all of the deals president obama wants to do with the rest of his agenda has to be done with the same people in congress. they are howling for his blood over the scandals. yes, it is a problem. >> he said that is not easy when you are surrounded by this kind of criticism. this issue of the irs and the taxes and the scrutiny on conservative groups, to what extent does that make republicans angry and why is it so critical for americans to be seen as independent? andt is horrible on left right. on the right it confirms their deepest paranoia about how government acts. that they feel the government is overbearing anyway and in particular, they are honing in on them. it confirms their worst fantasies. the left of brings back memories of richard nixon who tried to use the irs to target his political enemies. it plays horribly on either side and that is why you stop president obama's reaction so strong when he was with david cameron. effort is to the
republicans are saying due to the current scandals president obama should be impeached. in response obama laughed and said, two words, fellows. president biden. yeah. >>> this morning's eye opener is presented by prudential. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." good morning. >> wow. the white house is facing a lot of questions on a number of different stories. >> we begin with this. the internal revenue service is now under criminal investigation. attorney general eric holder has called in the fbi. holder could be grilled over the scandal today. he is testifying before the house judiciary committee. >> and this morning a "usa today" analysis finds that while the irs was putting a hold on all tea party applications, a similar number of liberal groups were granted nonprofit status. we'll go to capitol hill. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you and our viewers in the west. the headache only grows for the irs. members of congress are going to spend the day poring through the new 50-page report from the treasury department the result of a months long investigation into the inapp
. >> we have been listening into president obama answering reporter's questions concerning the irs scandal. john harwood, tyler, john, handicap what we heard from the president? >> we just heard that he doesn't think we need a special prosecutors. republicans have in the next phase of their response have called for a special prosecutor to look into what happened the president said that the jcriminl investigation that the justice department has started, that we don't need that. certainly past administrations when they have appointed special councils or prosecutors have often found them a burden later on because they extend for a very long time. >> do you expect that people on the gop side who have been raising those concerns and calling for a special council or a special prosecutor will cease and desist on that? >> i absolutely don't think they will cease and desist but the president is try fog say that by all the actions i have taken including firing the active irs commissioner and his boss is gone, having been appointed, served a five-year term and left office. i think the president drew
] choke that down. now, listen to me. and listen close. all of these scandals could add up to very bad repercussions for the obama administration. many conservative republicans are entitled to their moment of righteousness but guess what? history didn't start friday. and obama administration transgressions don't wipe away yours which are many and grievous. enjoy watching your friends have their fun but tweedal-dick and tweedal-rum don't get to join the party. it's like this. it's like this. ( cheers and applause ) that's mike tyson. he doesn't get to make fun of someone's ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: welcome back. my guest tonight former united states senator from the state of maine. her new book is called fighting common ground. please welcome to the program olympia snowe. how are you? nice to see you. >> wow. big audience. wow. >> jon: they're a fine, fine group of proud americans. >> great to be here jon: it is nice to be here. a very popular show. >> it is jon: here's the book right here. fighting for common ground. how to get the stalemate out of congress. you know what is so i
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